The debate "The only aim of education is to achieve paid jobs n" was started by
January 29, 2019, 6:20 am.
23 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 24 people are on the disagree side.
That might be enough to see the common perception.
It looks like most people are against to this statement.
manjunatha posted 1 argument to the agreers part.
historybuff posted 1 argument, asiaphone12 posted 1 argument, District9 posted 1 argument to the disagreers part.
manjunatha, Debate_Wonder, lucky, seefus, finthechat, OUTSMARTED and 17 visitors agree.
historybuff, asiaphone12, Arijit, Princess826, nativeRepublican, SMNR, District9, AryaLp1, district10 and 15 visitors disagree.
The aim of education is to make us make good choices when they arise
unless hes got an excuse, like just learning the app. but until I hear it from him, this is all being ignored.
this is the 5th time this troll made the same exact thread. at this point I hope we can ignore him. it's not like the conversation will go anywhere, he'll just start it all over every other day.
the aim for education is for learning how to think, get a nice pay job is just a bonus.
That might be the only aim for you, in which case i suppose it would be true to you. but to others that is not the case. On a societal level it has alot of other benefits. An educated populace is better able to advance and create things.
On an individual level there can be other motivations as well. For example when I was getting my degree there were retired people taking courses with me. They weren't looking to get a job, they were learning for fun. Another example might be people who have no interest in working, they just want to marry someone who will make alot of money. They might go to university to catch the attention of an up and coming lawyer, doctor etc.
So no, there are lots of reasons why education is a good thing other than just to find a job.
according to me education is an investment paid by our parents we should fulfil that investment